The record will show the Texans lost 23-20 in overtime against Seattle.
What it also showed without a shadow of a doubt is that the Texans can no longer trust their quarterback.
The Texans were playing their best game of the season. They had a 20-13 lead over a legitimate Super Bowl contender with just over two minutes to play, needing to convert only a third and short to essentially put the game away.
Then Matt Schaub happened. Again.
For the third week in a row, he threw a pick six. For the third week in a row, it was a terrible decision that was solely on the quarterback. It was the kind of play you simply can't make. And it was once again once of those Schaub WTF moments that is all too common.
The Seahawks tied a game they had trailed 20-3. The Texans offense, efficient in the first half, was invisible in the second half, turning the ball over twice, which led to 10 points.
The defense was outstanding all day until they gave up a 98-yard, 14-play drive that let the Seahawks back in the game. But they came back with a huge pick on the next series and had appeared to have put the game on ice.
The Schaub happened.
Arian Foster had a 100-yard rushing game. Whitney Mercilus, J.J. Watt and Antonio Smith were terrific.
It didn't matter.
The Texans had the ball with a chance to win late in regluation and had their chances in overtime as well. But they simply could do nothing against the Seahawks defense.
Not with Schaub.
The game essentially ended with a stupid penalty against Kareem Jackson that gave the Seahawks a shot at the winning field goal, but this one was not on the defense. They should have never been in that position.
This one was squarely on the quarterback.
The Texans don't ask a lot out of Schaub. They just want him to manage the game and not make mistakes to cost his team.
He made another big one on Sunday. One that cost his team the victory.
One that proves he can no longer be trusted.